Brand Manager – New Jersey


CPG – Health and Wellness:

Excited by jumping in and making a difference? A growing OTC medical foods company with a phenomenal portfolio of clinically proven brands is hiring a Brand Manager to lead a brand with huge upside. This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a global company on powerful brands with all-natural active ingredients that have no side effects and are dramatically improving users’ quality of life.

Brand Manager Position Highlights:

  • Lead and execute brand strategy and strategic plan for both the consumer and health care professional/influencer markets
  • Responsible for advertising and promotion plan – advertising, digital, social, influencer, website, e-commerce
  • Lead successful e-commerce business on Amazon and proprietary website
  • Develop innovation strategy and new products – lead and manage launches
  • Lead development of promotional plans for health care professionals including messaging, creative, sales aids, and leave behinds
  • Be part of a small but mighty team today that offers upward mobility for strong performers as the company continues to build and grow
  • Report directly to the Vice President of Marketing, who is known for being an inspiring leader, coach, and mentor

Brand Manager Ideal Candidates:

  • Consumer packaged goods foundation; experience in OTC, VMS, Health/Nutrition/Wellness, and/or other related categories a plus
  • Base business experience as well as exposure to some innovation
  • Innovation focus and can-do mindset
  • Thrives in a scrappy, roll-up-your-sleeves environment
  • Excited about jumping in and making a difference
  • Self-starter and strong collaborator who isn’t afraid to voice opinions

If you or someone you know is well qualified for this role and would like to learn more, please send a message or submit the form below. A member of our team will respond right away.


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